Sunday, November 17, 2013
Pakistani Secret Agencies Seek Permission By Government For Large-Scale Crack Downs On Banned Groups
Pakistani intelligence agencies have shown interest in prmission by federal goevenment for large-scale crack downs on banned organisations creating strifes with foreign agenies support in Pakistan. The intelligence agencies have sent letter to federal government seeking permission for commencing clamp down on blast-listed organisations. Pakistan's federal government was informed throuh the letter that foreign agencies contacted the organisations and ensured provision of support in any action against their oponents. Claims have been made by the local secret agencies for foreign agencis involvement in sectarian clashes in order to accoplish their ulterior motives in Pakistan, hence the rapid action is necessary, a local nespaper reported. Meanwhile, law enforcement departments in different cities in Pakistan have released suspects' list including at least 119 persons belonging to different school of thoughts and directee their officials to bound their activities as well as under house arrestments. Earlier on November 11, the Pakistan's intelligence agencies had issued reports indicating uprising of sectarian strifes in the Punjab province during the month of Muharram by the Indian intelligence agency, Reserch and Analysis Wing (RAW). It would be r mentioning here that extremely tight security measures were arranged across Pakistan during on going first month of Islamic caleder, The Muharram Ul Harram, but any sectarian spark flied by some unidentified terrorists in Rawalpindi which claimed at least 9 lives up till now, according to official figures, may be more.